ALAHIM or ELOHIM ???
In the 8th Century, a new sect called Karaites (aka Majorettes) altered the sound of the letter alef (A) to ayin (E) using niqqud markings they had invented to bend the pronunciation of vowels. This sect began with Anan Ben David in 767, who also adopted the sighted moon (crescent-sighting) of the Muslims while under a Muslim Caliphate in the city of Babylon. In 767 Anan was imprisoned to be executed for rebellion, but the Islamic Caliph in Babylon spared his life because he distinguished himself from his Yahidim brethren by adopting the sighted-moon of the Muslims.
His new sect, the Masoretes (traditionalists) did not want anyone to properly speak the four vowels of the Name YOD-HAY-UAU-YAH (Yahuah), so they invented vowel distortions using niqqud and cantilation marks to re-train readers of Hebrew to mispronounce certain words.
ALAHIM became ELOHIM and YAHU became YEHO.
They left the name ABRAHAM alone otherwise it would be called EBRAHIM by everyone today. The Hebrew root AL (alef-lamed) became EL. This root is not a name, it is a pronoun referring to one who is lofty, upward, above, high, strong, mighty, etc….
Israel’s airline is EL-AL and means `to go upward’. EL-AL is spelled ayin-lamed (EL) + alef-lamed (AL).
Yahuah Alahim means: `I AM (your) MIGHTY ONE’.
WILL YOU CONTINUE TO USE ELOHIM or GET WITH
THE CORRECT PRONUNCIATION ???